Honiton girl, six, cutting her blonde locks to support youngsters fighting cancer

PUBLISHED: 11:15 07 June 2018 | UPDATED: 09:16 11 June 2018

Eden-Rose is having her hair cut to support the Little Princess Trust.

Eden-Rose is having her hair cut to support the Little Princess Trust.

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A six-year-old Honiton girl is having her waist-length locks cut off and made in to a wig to support youngsters with cancer.

Eden-Rose Woodman will have her hair cut at EV-Hair in New Street on Saturday, June 23 as she aims to raise £500 for the Little Princess Trust charity.

The Awliscombe Primary School pupil made the decision after telling her mum, Saffron, that she wanted to ‘do something nice’ for others.

“I’m very proud of Eden-Rose – it is a very generous thing to do,” Saffron said. “She’s being very brave because her hair is so long.

“The last time she had a proper hair cut was two years ago so it is going to be a big moment for her. We might have some tears but it’s all for a good cause!”

The Little Princess Trust makes wigs for children who have lost their hair through cancer treatment.

To support Eden-Rose’s fundraiser, check out ‘Eden’s Big Chop’ on Just Giving.

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